Saturday, July 11, 2009

On the road with Harleys


Since we were still waiting for our bikes to be shipped we decided to rent Harleys from Eagle Rider in Los Angeles and go up pacific route 1 to San Francisco, then fly to Anchorage when our bikes arrived.

We Picked up the bikes and packed them which took some time, Husain and Ali rented Road Kings while I rented the Street Glide, we then headed towards Saint Louis Obispo and arrived around sunset.


6 comments:

  1. AnonymousJuly 14, 2009

    salam to all. Your stay in USA should compensate for the difficult times you had in India and China . Enjoy the ride in USA, Canada and Alaska. How is the Harley if compared to your BMWs? Take care and God bless you all.
    Bu abdulrazaq

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  2. If I had the ok from DHL of FEDEX I would ship to the following

    1- Machboos La7am with Dakoos + Achar and Ma3booch

    2- knowinf it is hot here i would also send you raggee

    :)

    take care it was nice talking to you on the phone the other day,,,

    Harley Haaaaa? Harley ???!!!

    Khaled Abueljebain

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  3. nice to see all you made it ok to the USA.
    emm Harley ??

    it is time to have Fun and enjoy the rest of your trip
    Noori

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  4. AnonymousJuly 14, 2009

    Good to here you are all well & have made it to the USA, but I have a question too. HARLEY?!! please keep us posted on how the Harleys are. Regards from the Mansoor family ;)

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  5. I do not know who was it trying to blow the bikes pipes under the tunne,,,,, trust you need louder pipes to enjoy this move..... great riding keep it up ,, mahshala ......

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  6. Now that I am back home in Dallas, Texas, and able to visit your website, I am happy to read that you remembered what I had to tell you and the other visitors at the Museum of the National Park Ranger, Norris, Yellowstone National Park about the 1908 building (patrol cabin, now museum) and the U.S.Army's fight against poachers and vandals. Nice to have met you.
    Ex-Park Ranger Volunteer Jerry Kasten

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